One of the World’s Fastest Growing Cloud Backup Companies
Dropsuite simplifies data protection so you can focus on delivering what your business does best, providing value and growth.
Dropsuite is a cloud software platform enabling businesses and organizations globally to easily backup, recover and protect their important business information. Dropsuite’s commitment to advanced, secure, and scalable cloud technologies keeps us at the forefront of the industry and makes us the choice of leading IT Administrators and Service Providers globally.
Besides being one of the fastest-growing cloud back-ups, archiving, and recovery companies in the world. Dropsuite is a respected, publicly listed company on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX:DSE). Building the products, tools, and infrastructure for the long haul— creating lasting value for both their partners and shareholders.
Additionally, Dropsuite offers simple, yet elegant user experiences. In fact, ease-of-use is one of their software development mantras. Striving to make their SaaS products and solutions as intuitive to operate as possible. No user manual is required. No user agent to download and install. 100% cloud.
Dropsuite is a partner-centric company building secure, scalable and highly usable cloud backup technologies for businesses. Ensuring organizations never lose data again. Dropsuite performs billions of backups per day for firms around the globe.
Dropsuite does this by providing professional-grade, easy-to-use, cloud products such as:
- Office 365 Backup
- Email Archiving
- Google Workspace Backup
- Website Backup
Dropsuite’s attentiveness to making our reseller partners successful is the essence of what we stand for. It’s what has enabled Dropsuite to rise so quickly to become one of the most exciting, most talked about and fastest growing data protection companies in the world.
Dropsuite has partnered with some of the biggest names in the web hosting, digital services, and MSP markets such as:
- PAX8 (North American leader in cloud distribution)
- UOL (Brazil’s largest digital services company)
- Ingram Micro (the world’s largest technology distributor)
- GMO Internet Group (the largest internet conglomerate in Japan)
- Crazy Domains (Australia’s leading web hosting provider)